Homoeopathy is the medical practice of treating like with like. That is to say, treating an illness with a substance which when taken by a healthy person produces symptoms similar to those displayed by the person who is ill.

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About  Dr. Saran Zeb

My Name is Dr Saran Zeb. I am a fully qualified classically trained Homoeopathic Doctor and a member of the Faculty of Homeopathy. My homoeopathic qualifications include, DHMS, RHMP, HMD, LFHom, MFHom (GN), PGCE

RHMP: Registered Homoeopathic Medical Practitioner.
HMD: Diploma in Homoeopathic Medicine (postgraduate course, passed in 1995, from the British Institute of Homeopathy England.
LFHom: Licenced Associateship member of the Faculty of Homeopathy, passed in 2005, from The Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine
MFHom : Member of the Faculty of Homeopathy, passed in 2012, from the Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital, Glasgow. October 2006 Passed the Undergraduate Nursing Diploma from City University London
PGCE: Postgraduate certificate in Homoeopathy from University of Central Lancashire, Preston, passed in 2009.
DHMS: Diploma of Homoeopathic Medical Science (4 1/2 - years full time course qualified as a Homoeopathic Doctor, passed in 1986).

I have been practising in the area of London for over 28-years.

My achievements and services as a Homeopathic Doctor have been highly recognised and appreciated by the local community in London and the outskirts areas. To evidence my achievements, I have produced a book called “The Role of Homeopathy In The Patient’s Disease”. This book details the history and effectiveness of my treatments. This book is an audit trail of my track record and acts as a reference to my claim of having treated people successfully were GP or hospitals have failed to do so.

Due to my success and a reasonable demand in the East London area, I have to expand my services to reach out to a greater number of people in the area. I have treated over 15000 patients successfully who were under or on the long-term care within the NHS primary and secondary care.